The review is conducted by 4th Energy Wave who is an independent analysis and advisory firm.

The Review gives an analytical look at the development of the fuel cell and hydrogen industry during 2014, and a short range forecast to the end of 2015. It also touches upon platinum usage, jobs within the sector and fuel cell costs.

The review concludes, amongst other things, that Hydrogen in 2014 gained the spotlight as interest in the energy storage market lurched forward again. Hence, there has been much focus on using electronically produced hydrogen to store excess energy.

Overall, both the fuel cell and hydrogen industries are set for increasing gains due to increasing interests within a number of drivers such as control of emissions and energy efficiency.


Source: www.4thenergywave.co.uk


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